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Name MIDDLETON, KATHARINE M.S. SCHOLARSHIP
Research Fields TEST Food Product Development
Categories Home Economics/Human Ecology
Natural, Physical or Life Sciences
Citizenship Unrestricted
Eligibility In memory of Miss Katharine M.S. Middleton,The University of Manitoba Alumni Association recommends that a fund be established in order to provide a graduate scholarship in the Foods and Nutrition Department of the Faculty of Human Ecology.
The fund is to be established with the residual bequest of $40,000 left to the Alumni Association by Miss Middleton's estate. (Miss Middleton, a distinguished food consultant, graduated from the University in 1929 with a Home Economics degree and worked with Eaton's, the Winnipeg Tribune and in Chicago in her area of expertise.)
The Scholarhsip will be awarded annually to a graduate student working on a research program focusing on food product development. Selection is to be based on academic achievement and on the strength of the research project.
Value available annual income
Currency Canadian
Tenable at Department of Human Nutritional Sciences
Deadlines No deadlines available
Application Details Contact the Faculty of Human Ecology.
 

 
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